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Hire a Covenant graduate

Recruit Covenant Graduates

Covenant students graduate equipped with a firm liberal arts foundation and expertise in their chosen discipline. In fact, every graduate of Covenant completes and defends a thesis—what we refer to as the Capstone Project—that demonstrates the student's mastery of content in his or her major field, Christian integration, and written and oral communication skills. Each Covenant College graduate has received a rigorous education with individual faculty attention to prepare them to contribute to their employers, communities, churches, and families, and they are eager to do so.

 

We are glad to help you, the employer, as you seek qualified and motivated employees.

 

The Center for Calling & Career is pleased to partner with Handshake, a service that allows employers and organizations to connect directly with our students and alumni. Please register on Handshake and join our page as an employer contact. Once approved, employers will have full access to all of the employer services, including the ability to post specific jobs and search for well qualified students.

 

If you have any questions about Handshake, please contact the Center for Calling & Career at 706-419-1160 or email centercc@covenant.edu. Thank you for partnering with Covenant College students and alumni!

"God is not exalted by lessening your loves. The Christian path is not loving less, it's loving more and rightly...Our goal is not to love less but more."
– Dr. Kelly Kapic
Ever wonder what it's like to study on top of a mountain? Wonder no more!

Derek Halvorson

President Derek Halvorson draws a comparison between the prophet Daniel's exile in Babylon and the situation of faithful Christians in today's American cultural context.

Allison Andrews '23

“Covenant’s Center for Calling & Career is extremely helpful in preparing students for career success after graduation. They revise resumes, counsel students through difficult decisions, and also host the Job Fair. Covenant believes in prayerful petition, but also in tangible action steps that put students on a path to achieving their goals (both are necessary in this walk).”
  - English major Allison Andrews '23